Long Range Reading Writable Paper RFID Sticker Tags

Long Range Reading Writable Paper RFID Sticker Tags

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Long Range Reading Writable Paper RFID Tags     High Frequency (HF) RFID operates at the 13.56 MHz range and typically has a short read range of about 5 inches. However, with specialized readers and larger tags, you can reach almost 3ft. HF RFID tags have less interference issues than UHF so, while their range is limited, they are a good solution for small object tagging on automated lines. High…

Description:

Long Range Reading Writable Paper RFID Tags


    High Frequency (HF) RFID operates at the 13.56 MHz range and typically has a short read range of about 5 inches. However, with specialized readers and larger tags, you can reach almost 3ft. HF RFID tags have less interference issues than UHF so, while their range is limited, they are a good solution for small object tagging on automated lines. High speed reading is also possible which has made HF a good option in healthcare environments where small vials and samples need to be read. 

 

Description:

 

1.  Chip: NTAG213

2.  Frequency: 13.56MHz

3.  User memory : 144 bytes

4.  Protocol Standard: ISO 14443A

5.  HF Read range:0-5cm (Related to the chip ,antenna and reader)

6.  Read/Write Endurance: 100,000 times

7.  Operating Temperature : -20°C~85°C

 

Product feature:


  • Material: PVC, Paper

  • Dimension: Φ25mm or Customized

  • Encode: Yes(Depends on requirement)

 

Applications:


  • Access control

  • Payments

  • Information collection and exchange 

  • Custom setting

  • Business card


What are RFID tags made of?


Generally speaking, RFID tags are essentially made of a chip, an antenna and a support/encasement.
The integrated chip (or IC) can contain several kinds of memory and takes care of all tag’s activities such as modulating and demodulating the signal and other specialized operations. The antenna allows signal transmission. The supports/encasements can be made of a wide variety of materials and take different shapes in order to meet an extremely large range of application requirements.



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